anarchist communism

Carlo Cafiero - 1846-1892

Biography of the Italian anarchist who developed communist anarchism

The Humanisphere - Joseph Déjacque

Englsih translation and introduction of Joseph Déjacque's philosophical book.

Notes from a meeting on Nation or Class

"The working class has no country!" But what does this really mean, when workers in any given country seem to willingly embrace the idea of the nation, patriotism, nationalism and all the baggage that goes with these concepts. And it's not just a matter of the popularity of far right governments in Poland, Hungary and the USA but also includes the left, some anarchists included, who continue to support national liberation struggles. So this meeting aims to explore the potential for building genuine class politics in the face of the ever present ideas of the nation.

Against non-life

Today the desire to cast off our current way of life is taken as common sense. Whether it’s the life of others we desire to take on or a completely different way of life; striking a commodified humanity is the passive acceptance of the existent which clashes with generalized dissatisfaction.

Interhelpo, kiel faktoro de la evoluo- Petro Kropotkin

Interhelpo estas verko de Petro Kropotkin, originale verkita en la angla kaj eldonita en 1902, esperantlingve eldonita de SAT kaj Impeto en 1996, en kiu li respondas al la tezoj de la sociaj darvinistoj, emfazante la gravecon de la interhelpa meĥanismo, apud la natura selektado, kadre de la teorio pri evoluismo.

Tradukis J. Lépeix kaj Valo.

Organise!

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An incomplete archive of back issues of Organise! - the theoretical and historical publication of the Anarchist Federation of the UK.

Are We Good Enough?: Peter Kropotkin

"Are We Good Enough" by Pyotr Kropotkin is an essay written and published in june of 1888.

On “Exchange” – Joseph Déjacque

Joseph Déjacque's 1858 essay outlining a firmly anarcho-communist philosophy, against the mutualism of Proudhon.

An Anarchist Manifesto – Louisa Sarah Bevington

An Anarchist Manifesto – Louisa Sarah Bevington

An 1895 manifesto written by Louisa Sarah Bevington for and published by the Anarchist Communist Alliance, which she founded with James Tochatti.

Taken from http://spiritofrevolt.info/an-anarchist-manifesto1703/

Jean Grave

Biografio pir la vivo de la fama anarkiisto Jean Grave.